right over here. as soon as an aid truck would come in, they would basically storm that aid truck and try and steal as many supplies as they could. they're desperate. they're quick to tell you about it. it wasn't so much anger as it was bitter frustration and hopelessness. thousands of displaced people being forgotten and ignored. here's how it's supposed to work. a much more organized camp, for example. a family over here, they have mats, they have tents that can withstand a lot of the rain that's coming. if you look inside this tent over here you see water drugs, cooking oil, cooking utensils. the problem is, you won't find many camps like this one. most look like this. thousands of families, low on tents, low on food, thick with desperation. one of the really decisions here is that there's no mechanism of distributing the aid. it's just awful to think about and as people describe it to us, it's just really embarrassing to be treated like animals.